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Today, Thailand is not only a paradise for backpackers and honeymooners, but a key destination country for migrant workers, human trafficking and forced labour. In , an estimated 3. According to the Global Slavery Index, Thailand is home to about , human trafficking victims. For more than two and a half decades, the labour migration to Thailand has continued to increase and it seems unlikely that it will change in the coming years.
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In Thai tourist spots, a hidden world of male sex slavery
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The number of victims soared from in , while the previous high was in , the government data showed. Nearly three-quarters of them were Burmese migrants bound for neighbouring Malaysia, police said. Thailand has ramped up efforts to tackle trafficking in recent years, under scrutiny from the United States and following criticism of its failure to stop trafficking in its multi-billion-dollar seafood industry, as well as the sex trade. The large spike in the number of victims uncovered by the authorities could put pressure on the nine government-run shelters that support survivors, lawyers and activists said. Those who are identified as trafficking victims can choose to receive help from the government, which includes staying at a shelter and being compensated through a state fund that provides living and rehabilitation expenses in addition to lost wages. Victims are also entitled to legal aid and job opportunities while awaiting trial to give evidence, or being returned home.
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Look, don't touch: Thai bars raided for trafficking child 'entertainers'
By Nanchanok Wongsamuth. The year-old was one of four teenage bar staff who were uncovered earlier this month in an anti-trafficking operation in Chiang Mai, a tourist hotspot with a well-established sex trade. The four girls, all under the age of 18, told social workers after the raid on two bars that they were not forced to have sex with customers nor ordered to wear miniskirts and low-cut tops. The majority of patrons, child waitresses and bar owners do not see this work as abusive or unlawful, but officials say it is a type of human trafficking that has largely gone under the radar - and proved difficult to investigate and prosecute. In most cases, police find suspected victims online as bars showcase their young waitresses on social media, he added.
Thailand is a country typically known for its sex tourism and bustling red-light districts. Polygamy — the cultural practice of having multiple wives — has influenced cultural attitudes surrounding purchasing sex and pleasure. These attitudes can be traced back to early Thai dynasties, when it was common for kings to practice polygamy and frequent brothels. At this time, women were commodified and men could earn additional wives through military achievements, social prestige, and wealth, according to Seabrook. Having multiple wives was an indicator of higher social rank, property ownership, and prosperity.